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accurate in the end. look who is back here. martha: hello, everybody. bill: celebrating columbus day. martha: i always do. thank goodness he discovered the country. good morning i'm martha maccallum. mitt romney ahead of the president but wiping out the double digit lead with women voters. you remember what that used to be. bill: republican nominee continues to press on this issue, that's the economy. >> can we afford four more years like the last four years? he wants another stimulus. how did that first one work out? and then, he wants to pick winners and losers among companies, or losers in his case and then, of course he wants to hire more government workers. look, all of these things have not ignited our economy the way it should be ignited. we've seen the slowest recovery from a recession. bill: john roberts traveling with the campaign. live in vanmeter, iowa, that is west of des moines. what is happening there, john? >> reporter: good morning. governor romney will be talking agriculture today. not surprisingly we're on a 700 acre farm owned by the cook family. a lot of soybeans
we need to see unemployment lines shrinking. well take inside the numbers. martha: martha maccallum. morning to you. a pickup in growth a credit in uptick in consumer spending. also to a burst in government spending and despite what looks like a positive number. i remember it was 1.3% last time around, some economists look at this say it was a bleak picture. besides defense spending, business investment generally is flat. >> off 25% on three month annualized basis. we never seen that series drop by that magnitude at any time in the last 20 years without it leading to a slowdown in overall economic growth. >> they don't see a lot of hope in the immediate future. a lot of evidence, a lot of concerns for the future. so they're willing to sit pat. bill: fox business network stuart varney, with me. stuart, i look at 2% give you? >> it will give you a lot of spin. that number will be postively spun because the summer numbers, 2% are indeed better than the sprung numbers, there is improvement. 2% growth is nothing to write home about. it is still a slow economy. it is still the worst
think they call that must-see tv. martha: you have got both of these candidates focusing and work on their questions and preparing for anything that could be thrown at them. governor romney says he believes tomorrow's debate is about more than just wing or losing. >> people want to know who is going to win and who is going to score the punches and make the biggest difference in the arguments they make. and there will be the scoring of the wing and losing. in my view of it's not so much the wing and losing and the president and myself. it's about something bigger than that. bill: good morning you, bob. you believe romney has to be aggressive without looking desperate. explain. >> he has got to land some punches and show a lot of energy. i'm sure he will have a lot of stats against the president. i'm sure you will heart last 43 months we have had unemployment more than 8%. but he's got to be aggressive and come pout swinging. this is the most important night of mitt romney's life. bill: he talked about something bigger than that, and that's a path forward for america. he talked abou
the momentum now. welcome. martha: what a night. bill: did you sleep? martha: very little but that's okay. i'm martha maccallum. most of last night it was a domestic topic evening. they talked about the struggling economy and what each side would do to fix that situation. president obama and governor romney each had a chance to explain what would happen to your taxes they were in charge. >> the question is not where we have been but where we are going. >> it's going to take a different path, not one x have been on, not the one the president described as a top down cut taxes for the rich. that not what i'm going to do. >> it's not possible to come up with enough loopholes for individuals to avoid raising the deficit or burdening the middle class. >> there will be no tax cut that adds to the deficit. >> i will take ideas from anybody, democrat or republican as long as they are advancing the cause of making middle class families stronger and giving opportunities to middle class. >> i have got five boys. i'm used to people saying something that not always true but repeating it hoping i will beli
'll show those to you in a moment. i'm bill hemmer. welcome to "america's newsroom." good morning, martha. martha: good morning. i'm martha maccallum. these e-mails are raising questions why the administration repeated i claimed it was the result of a spontaneous protest. we're told, 400, look at all the national security personnel who received the e-mails in realtime. first one sent out 4:00 p.m. eastern on set of the 11th. here is a quote from it. the regional security officer reports that the diplomatic mission is under attack. embassy tripoli reports approximately 20 armed people fired shots. explosions have been heard as well. ambassador steve who is currently in benghazi and four chief of mission personnel are in the come pound safe haven. the 1th of february militia is providing security support. bill: catherine herridge is in washington live with us. good morning to you. explain the significance of the e-mails we're now seeing. >> reporter: these new documents first on attend by fox appear to be the most significant we've seen to date on the libya scandal as e-mail traffic takes t
as the great lakes. that is 900 miles from coast to coast. good morning everybody, i'm martha maccallum, here in "america's newsroom". bill: i'm bill hemmer. good morning of live today from cincinnati, ohio. it is the critical battleground state in the race for the white house only eight days away. sandy making her presence known on the trail. president obama canceling an hour ago a trip he planned to orlando, florida. he will monitor the storm in the white house. the romney team dropping fund-raising e-mails up and down the east coast. over the next two hours we will talk to the voters of this critical state, especially in the southwestern part of the state and talk about why ohio could be the most critical battleground state of 2008, martha. martha: you about first, bill, team fox coverage on this monster storm. rick leventhal live in point pleasant beach, new jersey, maria molina tracking storm in the extreme weather center. let's get started with wrik on the shore where the effects of sandy are just beginning to be femt. good morning, rick. >> reporter: good morning, martha. conditions de
into that too. good morning, everybody on a thursday. good to have you with us. i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. look where we've been since the start of the recession. the numbers are consistent since january if you look at that chart. we've been 360 to 390 zone. bill: not impressive. stuart varney host the "varney & company" on the fox business network. what do the numbers say about the health of our economy, stuart? >> the numbers say there is too little highering and far too many lie yufs. if you go to the big picture, that unemployment rate that has been pushed down because literally millions of people have dropped out of the workforce. 369,000 new claims for unemployment benefits is still a very high number. down from last week but a very high number. if this economy were booming, bill, we would have at least 50,000, maybe 100,000 less jobless claims. bill: what is holding american business back from hiring [why is it not getting better? >> that is easy. that is uncertainty. uncertainty about the election. uncertainty about this fiscal cliff. uncer
rice to resign. the obama team dill giving conflicting accounts of the white house response. martha: i'm martha maccallum. the romney campaign is joining this growing chorus of lawmakers. senator john mccain saying the administration's response was inept and ignorant and susan rice blaming it on a spontaneous protest was inexcusable. >> it's either willful ignorance or abysmal ignorance to think people come to spontaneous demonstrations with mortars and heavy weapons pant attack goes on for hours. bill: both sides are complaining. governor romney's team says the white house is still getting its story mixed up. >> reporter: democrats say republicans are politicizing the tragic attack that cost of life of four americans. the republicans say the white house is cover ugging up the details for political reasons. here is axlerod. >> the president called it an act of terror the day after it happened. but when you are the responsible party, when you are the administration and you have a responsibility to act on what you know and what the intelligence community believed. >> reporter: actually i
yet. good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. bill: martha, good w good morning to you, martha i'm bill hemmer. we're in columbus, ohio. what a swing this made for this election. a couple miles from here. snow slamming central ohio. east and west virgina there is a blizzard warning covering a large part of that state. in parts a foot and even two feet of snow dropping in west virginia. martha: incredible pictures. back here in new york everybody is waking up to the devastation left behind by hurricane sandy. let me tell you something, it is epic. trees and power lines crashed in homes and cars. really everywhere you can look, the county's largest transportation system of subways and trains in the right now. floods have taken over many of the underground systems in new york city and the brooklyn battery tunnel which connects lower manhattan to brooklyn is basically underwater as well. you will see amazing pictures over next couple hours. they're coming in every minute as we speak. this super storm has literally knocked out power to more than 7 million homes and businesses in 17 st
? martha: they were pretty funny, both of them. bill: good morning on a friday. i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning. i'm martha maccallum. both sides are campaigning in critical swing states prepping for the big foreign policy debate that happens monday night. they had a little bit of fun last night. some people humor rouse jobs at themselves and others. that appeared at the new york city al smith charity dinner. >> i'm pleased that the president is here. we were chatting pleasantly this evening as if tuesday night never happened [laughing] i credit that of course to the cardinal. he is, it's taken new york's highest spiritual authority to get us back on our best behavior. i was actually hope the president would bring joe biden along this evening because he will laugh at anything. [laughter] [applause] >> in less than three weeks voters in states like ohio, virginia and florida will decide this incredibly important election. which begs the question, what are we doing here? [laughter] bill: they will be in florida, soon enough. senior national correspondent john roberts in new york. >>
of terrorists. martha: intelligence sources telling "the wall street journal" the night before ambassador susan rice went on all the sunday shows and said the attack was smashed by spontaneous protests analysts had contradicting that account. how could that happen? it took weeks for the white house to change the story to get all their ducks in a row. former u.n. ambassador john bolton is here on all that. bill: also the final faceoff between election, between now and election day is monday night. president obama and governor romney though, sharpening their knives and getting ready for the third and last debate, the last showdown before voters head to the polls. they had a few laughs last night, didn't they? martha: they were pretty funny, both of them. bill: good morning on a friday. i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning. i'm martha maccallum. both sides are campaigning in critical swing states prepping for the big foreign policy debate that happens monday night. they had a little bit of fun last night. some people humor rouse jobs at themselves and others. that appeared at the new york city al
on presidential debates. i'm martha raddatz of abc news. i am honored to moderate this debate between two men who have dedicated much of their lives to public service. tonight's debate is divided between domestic and foreign policy issues. i am going to move back and forth between foreign and domestic since that's what a vice-president or president would have to do. we will have 9 segments. at the beginning of each segment, i will ask both candidates a question and they will each have 2 minutes to answer. then i will encourage a discussion between the candidates with follow-up questions. by coin toss, it has been determined that vice-president biden will be first to answer the opening question. we have a wonderful audience here at centre college tonight. you will no doubt hear their enthusiasm at the end of the debate, and right now as we welcome vice-president joe biden and congressman paul ryan. [applause] >> reporter: you got your wave to the families in. that's great. good evening, gentlemen. it really is an honor to be here with both of you. i would like to begin with libya. on a rather somb
. new details we have this morning. i'm bill hemmer from "america's newsroom". martha: i'm martha maccallum. fortunately the fbi was way ahead of this guy and his thousand pound bomb was a dud. the self-professed martyr did not know that. he repeatedly dialed a cell phone he thought was a detonator. here is more from house homeland security chairman, pete king. >> he was very strong supporter of al qaeda in the arabian peninsula which operates out of yemen. he did make reference himself to knowing people in al qaeda. bill: the intended target only blocks away from the world trade center site. that is where we find rick leventhal this morning. what more have we learned about the attempted attack, rick? >> reporter: good morning bill and martha. i confirmed this morning this young wannabe jihadist was under constant video surveillance by members of the joint terrorism task force. there was a room full of law enforcement officers watching this guy on big screens in the operations center downtown. he was followed by a surveilance team and arrest team from his home in jamaica, queens, to a
. >> good morning, everybody. today is wednesday. i am martha in for gretchen today. today could be a make or break moment in deciding who will be the next president of the united states. what all voters should watch tonight in the big debate. >> steve: all about the domestic stuff . and the bomb shell video of barack obama like you never heard before. inflammatory to say the least. mr. kilmeade, this the new gitmo. >> brian: causing a lot of controversy this morning. "fox and friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ "fox and friends". >> steve: live from studio e in the heart of midtown manhattan. it is "fox and friends" . look who is in today. >> we are a lot like paul lend. >> steve: we have better lighting. >> brian: yes. >> let mow know. >> brian: one thing about the center square you couldn't get the overhead. martha, usually we have a date around 11:20. >> yes, i am stalking you. >> brian: on the radio. >> follow you everywhere. >> brian: gretchen is off and martha is in and it is debate day. >> steve: it is the rumble in the rockies, martha. >> yes, it is a practice run. president obama
and martha. i confirmed this morning this young wannabe jihadist was under constant video surveillance by members of the joint terrorism task force. there was a room full of law enforcement officers watching this guy on big screens in the operations center downtown. he was followed by a surveilance team and arrest team from his home in jamaica, queens, to a warehouse where he allegedly load ad van with his 1000 pound wannabe bomb. 20, 50 pound bags of ammonium nitrate covered with a tarp. he headed to the federal reserve bank downtown in new york, with a undercover agent with him. they parked out front under the watchful eye of the fbi. went to a room nearby at the millennium hotel where the suspect allegedly record ad video where he said, quote we will not stop until we attain victory or martyrdom and then he tried to set off the bomb with his cell phone. >> law enforcement is vigilant. certainly we understand the public can become complacent. we had no successful attack here in levens years but law enforcement can't be. i want to certainly congratulate the fbi and the joint terrorism
together here in new york. how are you doing? martha: welcome back. road trip. bill: details on that forthcoming. martha: so welcome back, great to have you back. hi, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. we all wake up to the second morning of all of this now. the pictures just become more devastating as reality of what really happened begins to sink in. you have millions of people who are still in the dark and probably will be for some time. you have america's biggest transportation system in the whole metro area largely still at a standstill. boy, there is an image for you this morning. talk about transportation. you have a boat, just one of many tossed onto the commuter tracks to the train that comes into manhattan. that is going to make it pretty difficult to commute along the trackses. look at this. a lot of people have very good childhood memories of day as the new jersey shore. the roller-coasters there. the log flume ride that governor christie talked about yesterday. this is a place kids in new jersey look forward to than anyplace else. the amusement park along seaside h
's where we start today. i'm bill hemmer. welcome here to "america's newsroom." big show today. martha: big show today. bill: three weeks away from the election. martha: good morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. we have hours to go before tonight's second presidential debate. secretary of state hillary clinton sitting down with fox news and in terms of benghazi taking the plame. watch this. >> well i'm responsible for the state department for more than 60,000 people around the world the decisions about security assets are made by security professionals. bill: that is not sitting well with republicans. more on that. lindsey graham sending a letter to the white house, detailing the attacks up to the september 11th. asking, mr. president, were you informed of these attacks on our libyan consulate? if not, why not? senator graham asking the president, if he was informed what action was taken to protect the consulate in benghazi? chief washington correspondent james rosen on this. hillary clinton's comments, they come at a critical time, don't they, james? >> reporter: that's right, bill an
night. yet again a very important night as we move forward. good morning, martha. martha: good morning bill. good morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. it started out with president obama really on the offensive. a more measured governor romney as we went into the initial moments last night. but the showdown moved on to pretty tense exchanges we haven't seen from the last couple of debates. >> we're talking about the middle east and how to help the middle east reject the kind of terrorism we're seeing and rising tide of tumult and confusion and attacking me is not an agenda. >> we have things called aircraft carriers where planes land land on them. ships that go under water and nuclear submarines. so the question is not, a game of battleship where we're counting ships. it is, what are our capabilities. >> you went to the middle east and you flew to egypt and to saudi arabia and to turkey and iraq. and, by the way, you skipped israel. our closest friend in the region but you went to the other nations. and by the way, they noticed that you skipped israel. >> a few months ago when you
-and-neck before voters head to the polls. big welcome back to martha here in "america's newsroom". martha: thank you. bill: had a great weekend? martha: we did. we did. watched every second of that debate. quite interesting all of the aftermath. i'm martha maccallum. we have two no polls show governor romney leading the president by two points. look at gallup. this is likely voters. governor romney holds the advantage of 49-47. the result is mirrored by the "rasmussen poll". bill: tomorrow night the momentum may shift again. john roberts kicking things off live in new york. welcome back to new york, john. what is the expectation tuesday night? >> reporter: the romney campaign says the governor is in it to win it. though they do not expect he would get the same margin of victory he was perceived to get urge during the first presidential debate. the task is make momentum going and make sure he doesn't do anything to blunt that he will talk about his own policies on the stump and attack points against president obama. first that big tax increase on middle class and small business through obamacare
america's big vote. good morning, i'm bill hemmer. welcome to "america's newsroom.". martha: good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. tonight will be the last time the president and governor will be on the same stage. focus tonight is foreign policy truly a topic that could not be any hotter. bill: both sides debating the administration's actions before and after the terror attack in libya. republican senator lindsey graham on "fox news sunday" with chris wallace. saying the white house reaction to it is one for the ages. >> i'm totally convinced this will go down in history as one of the most major breakdowns of national security in a very long time. bill: to florida we go and senior national correspondent john roberts live at lynn university, boca raton, the site of tonight's debate. good morning. >> reporter: bill, good morning to you. libya and the situation at the consulate in benghazi is expected to figure prominently in tonight's debate. he is likely to say something along the lines when you called this a act of terror the day after the incident, why then did your united stat
. martha: good morning everybody, i'm martha maccallum. last time we saw rate this low, that would be january 2009, when president obama took office. the labor department says of these numbers, employers added only 114,000 jobs over the course of that month. so that raises a let of questions about this headline number. many jobs added are part-time jobs. bill: stuart varney, anchor of "varney & company" in the fox business network. you read what? >> there is widespread mistrust of this report and these numbers. there are clear contradictions. 873,000 people said they had found work but only 114 thou knew jobs were created that is contradiction. if you delve a little deeper, seems a lot of these people who found work, that would be, that is the 873,000, if you look deeply, it turns out 600,000 of those 873,000 people were part-time workers. so they came back into the labor force and they pushed unemployment rate down to 7.8% but there is a contradiction here, between the number of new jobs created and number of people saying they found work. it was part-time work, bill. that's what
morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. that revelation puts the state department in direct contradiction what the white house said in the days after the attack when senior administration officials including u.s. ambassador to the u.n., did interview after interview connecting the attack to anger over a movie. bill: want to start with peter doocy live in washington. the why is the state department now saying the attack not spontaneous? >> reporter: because lethality and number of armed attackers is unprecedented in recent diplomatic history. plus there was no protest in front of consulate on the night of the attack. the people inside the compound heard explosions before 9:00 p.m. >> we have no information to suggest that it was a plea planned attack. -- preplanned attack. it is not reaction to the 9/11 anniversary that we know of. >> in fact this was not a preplanned, premeditated attack. >> reporter: we know the administration did internally classify as a terrorist attack within 24 hours. we expect to hear a lot more three hours from now in a house oversight committee heari
it was too. martha: it was quite something. good morning bill. good morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. despite a wide-ranging debate it was libya that sparked the biggest exchange of the evening. it started with the president taking responsibility for the security failures. governor romney chimed in looking for answers. watch some of this. >> when it comes to this issue i say we'll find out exactly what happened, everybody will be held accountable and i am ultimately responsible for what is taking place there because these are my folks, and i'm the one who has to greet those coffins when they come home. >> i think the president said correctly the buck does stop at his desk and he takes responsibility for that, for the failure in providing those security resources and those terrible things may well happen from time to time. there were many days that passed before we knew whether this was a spontaneous demonstration or whether it was a terrorist attack. and there was no demonstration involved and it was a terrorist attack and it took a long time for that to be told to the american
, eyb i'm martha maccallum. that revelation puts the state department in direct contradiction what the white house said in the days after the attack when senior administration officls tetewnegmbdo attack to anger over a movie. bill: want to start with peter doocy live in washington. the why is the state department now saying the attack not sonou thybe ofse armed attackers is unprecedented in recent diplomatic history. plus there was no protest in front of consulate on the night of the attack. the people insehe re:.mrxpon >> we have no iormation to suggest that it was a plea neta ot reaction to the 9/11 anniversary that we know of. >> in fact this was not a preplanned, premeditated attack. >> reporter: we know the administrati did internallylassy as orta win 2 re hours from now in a house oversight committee hearing just across the street thats being billed simply as the security failures of benghazi. bill. bill: i'm looking at four witnesses. yet heads up what they will >> h atlbi e emic nordstrom, the regional security officer for libya in the state department already told congres
, john roberts in leesburg, virginia. she has more on the same topic. martha: let's get context exactly what the president said in the rose garden on september 12th the day after the attack in libya. this is exactly what he said. >> no acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation, alter that character or eclipse the light of the values we stand for. today we mourn for more americans that represent the very best of the united states of america. we will not waiver in our commitment to see that justices done for this terrible act and make no must take, justice will be done. martha: all right. nearly two weeks later at the u.n., the president continued to bring up the anti-islam video that we now know had nothing to do with the benghazi attack. >> that is what we saw play out in the last two weeks. a crude and disgusting video, sparked outrage throughout the muslim world. now i have made it clear that the united states government had nothing to do with this video and i believe its message must be rejected by all who respect our common humanity. it is an insult not only to
on presidential debates. i'm martha raddatz, abc news and i am honored to moderate this debate between two men who have dedicated much of their lives to public service. tonight's debate is divided between domestic and foreign policy issues and i'm going to move back and forth between the two since that's what a vice president or president will have to do. we'll have nining different segments. at the beginning of each segment i will ask both candidates a question, and they will have two minutes to answer, and then encourage discussion between the candidates with follow up comments. vice president biden will be first to answer the opening question. we have a wonderful audience here at center college here tonight. and right now we welcome vice president joe biden, and congressman paul ryan. [ cheers and applause ] >> very nice to see you. >> biden: how are you doing? [ applause ] >> okay. you got your little wave to the families in. that's great. good evening, gentlemen. it really is an honor to be here with both of you. i would like to begin with libya. one month ago tonight o
fireworks? who won? what about the body language? and the moderator, our own martha raddatz, standing by to tell us what she could see at the desk we couldn't see at home. >>> money maker. what happened today at the nation's superstores? it could save you a lot of money on your holiday shopping and we'll show you how. >>> hitting the brakes at nascar. in a season of seismic crashes, why racing legend dale earnhardt jr. says he's getting out of the car before people get hurt. >>> and rolling on. ♪ start me up >> mick jagger and the stones have a brand new move tonight. what have they done now? >>> good evening on this friday night. we begin with the aftershocks from that epic clash last night, that fiery debate between vice vice president joe biden and congressman paul ryan. we now know that 51 million of us watched. so, who won? and what does it mean for the presidential race? with just 25 days to go before americans go to the polls, your voice, your vote. and our team is standing by, including the moderator of the debate, our own martha raddatz. but we begin with abc's jonathan kar
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